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29 April 2016 - UPDATED: Gold Coast rail extension agreed

The Queensland government and the consortium behind the Gold Coast light rail PPP scheme have agreed to extend the line by a further 7.3km; debt provided by seven banks. Read more...

29 April 2016 - New CFO for Highways England

Highways England has appointed a new chief financial officer. Read more...

29 April 2016 - Australia unveils infra financing unit

New team will work with private sector to develop innovative infrastructure financing; $50m pledged to accelerate planning on major projects Read more...

29 April 2016 - Melbourne Metro PPP tendered

A request for expressions of interest (EOI) has been tendered for the tunnel and stations portion of the Melbourne Metro rail project as a PPP. Read more...

29 April 2016 - Broadspectrum board backs Ferrovial bid

Broadspectrum’s board has changed its advice to shareholders, suggesting that they should now back the takeover bid from Spanish contractor Ferrovial. Read more...

29 April 2016 - Fitch downgrades Isolux

Fitch Ratings has downgraded Spanish developer Isolux Corsan as it faces a refinancing process. Read more...

29 April 2016 - FC for Rotterdam regen PPP

A Netherlands/UK consortium has reached financial close on a deal to redevelop an area of Rotterdam under a PPP. Read more...

29 April 2016 - Oman desal plant signs

The Sohar independent water producer project in the Sultanate of Oman has reached financial close. Read more...

28 April 2016 - Credit Agricole appoints infra head

French bank Credit Agricole has appointed a new global head of infrastructure in London as part of a reshuffle. Read more...

28 April 2016 - Winner for Aberdeen housing partner

Aberdeen City Council has chosen a winner for the contract to develop a partnership vehicle for the delivery of new housing. Read more...

28 April 2016 - Acquisitions boost Abertis

Spanish concessionaire Abertis has increased its first quarter results by focusing on the acquisition of assets. Read more...

28 April 2016 - Polish city withdraws PPP

A city in Poland has cancelled a regeneration PPP after the lowest offer significantly exceeded the project’s budget. Read more...

28 April 2016 - Sacyr to refinance Spanish toll

Sacyr and Eiser Infrastructure Partners have placed €54m in bonds to refinance Autovia del Noroeste de Murcia (Aunor) in Spain. Read more...

28 April 2016 - L&G infra head steps down

Legal & General Investment Management’s head of infrastructure investment has stepped down. Read more...

27 April 2016 - Bristol car park PPP tendered

A NHS trust in Bristol is seeking a private partner to design, build, finance and operate (DBFO) a car park Read more...

27 April 2016 - EoIs sought for Northallerton regeneration PPP

Hambleton District Council is seeking a private sector partner to jointly deliver a major mixed-use regeneration and development project on the site of the former Northallerton prison Read more...

27 April 2016 - Plenary acquires MAMG JV

Developer Plenary Group has acquired a management services provider set up by MAMG to strengthen its PPP pipeline Read more...

27 April 2016 - Swiss school PPP tendered

A city in the Swiss district of La Sarine has launched a PPP project to expand a municipal school Read more...

27 April 2016 - Meridiam closes Europe fund

French investor Meridiam has reached financial close on a third Europe fund Read more...

27 April 2016 - Needs Assessment set for October

The National Needs Assessment is to publish its findings and recommendations in October, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) president Sir John Armitt has revealed. Read more...

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Could ESA10 really save PF2 – or even bring back PFI?

Christopher Healy, Counsel in Hogan Lovells' Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team on the prospects for transport infrastructure in Africa

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Rank Name Total
1 MAMG Consultancy 297 mill
2 Mott MacDonald 180 mill
3 Ramboll 0 mill
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